Résidence spectaculaire, design contemporain, structure en acier (BONE structure). Vue imprenable sur le Fleuve. Intérieur baigné de lumière. Étage supérieur à aire ouverte : cuisine, SAM et salon (avec foyer) et superbe terrasse 600 pc. Étages inférieurs pour les espaces privés : 4 CC, 3 SDB. Planchers chauffants. Terrain intime +47 900 pc. Unique
Located in Cap-à-l'Aigle in the Charlevoix region, the one acre (± 45,000 sqf) lot is in the center of a recent subdivision, located on former farmland. The property is the only one in the Terrasses Cap-à-l'Aigle estate that is isolated from the neighbors while having a spectacular view of the St. Lawrence River. A narrow path between two rows of trees leads to the entrance to the chalet.
Resolutely contemporary in style, the modular architecture, achievable using the BONE Structure construction system, blends in perfectly with the surrounding nature.
The Observatory mirrors the surrounding forest. It is deeply rooted in the ground and rises to the treetops. The exterior wood cladding echoes the interior of the house as a natural extension. Small nods to the steel structure have been highlighted to recall the strength and exceptional originality offered by this chalet.
The building is made up of sets of superimposed blocks isolating the living spaces from the private spaces. All rooms have a view and are bathed in natural light. The exceptional fenestration of the upper floor acts as a giant screen constantly connected to the river, La Malbaie, the boats, the sky, the stars and the trees. This open concept living space, where white predominates, stretches out onto a magnificent terrace surrounded by a glass railing. An atmosphere of lightness, fluidity and intimacy reigns there.
The materials used of wood, concrete, steel, quartz and glass add a touch of luxury to the already unique rental experience of this chalet.
Sotheby’s International Realty Québec
1430 rue Sherbrooke Ouest
Montréal, 魁北克, H3G 1K4